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12 alternative and related products to Graphmented 2.0

Graphmented 2.0
Browse the internet on your wall through ARKit

Graphmented 2.0 is an update to the app that lets you create stunning charts and dashboards using augmented reality. With this update, you can now start browsing websites in AR.

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Google's answer to Apples ARKit

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TechCrunch
In a couple weeks, Apple will release ARKit with iOS11 and, overnight, hundreds of millions of Apple devices will become augmented reality-capable machines, giving developers a sort of new mobile gold rush to find their niche and capitalize on the platform Apple CEO Tim Cook has called "big and profound."
VentureBeat
Google today launched a preview of ARCore, an Android software development kit (SDK) that brings augmented reality to existing and future Android phones without requiring additional sensors or hardware. Developers can download the SDK now and start creating new AR experiences on Android.
23 Alternatives to Google ARCore

Start drawing easily using augmented reality

SketchAR puts virtual images on paper to let you trace drawings from your phone. SketchAR is for those who have always wanted but have never been able to draw. Also, the app is designed for professional artists as a simple and convenient way to trace sketches onto any desired surface (e.g., canvas, wall, etc.).

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ArchDaily
The ability to draw well is one of the most coveted skills in architecture. Unfortunately for those without an innate gift for sketching, it's also one of the most difficult to learn-even if it can, contrary to popular opinion, be learned with commitment and practice.
UploadVR
Update: This article originally published on January 6th, 2017 but as of today, April 18th, 2017, SketchAR is officially available for free on the iOS App Store. Download it today and get to drawing! Original: Augmented reality's potential is immense.
Co.Design
You may not know or care about Project Tango, Google's depth-sensing camera system, which can map augmented reality visuals onto the real world. You may not care about the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro smartphone, which is the first consumer smartphone to have Tango baked right in, either.
Gizmodo
Have you ever dreamed about impressing the people around your neighborhood with preachy Banksy-inspired graffiti? SketchAR is an augmented reality drawing app that uses a smartphone and its camera to let you trace images. And when used with a device that supports Google's Project Tango technology, suddenly anyone can become a tagger who doesn't suck.
Wired
Wired Next Fest, che cosa è successo durante la giornata dell'intelligenza artificiale Il corto Hyper-Reality di Keiichi Matsuda mostra che aspetto potrebbe avere il nostro futuro prossimo Bandi e incentivi promossi dalla Regione stimolano ricerca e sviluppo. E, come dimostrato dalle startup presenti al digital day di...
The Verge
There's a lot of tracing naysayers out there who say it's "cheating," or that it doesn't actually help you learn to draw, but I beg to differ. The best way to learn to draw is by doing, and if it...
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The first AR client for Twitter

Enjoy Twitter with an Augmented Reality experience!

-Features-

* Timeline

* Search tweets

* Mentions

* Profile

* Write tweets

* Reply to tweets

* Like and Retweet

* Share

* 3D Experience - requires a VR headset

* Mute, Block, Report Integrated

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The Verge
I like Twitter. Tweeting helps me formulate thoughts in a unique way, and despite the company's many missteps, I think it's a net positive addition to my life. That should make me a good target audience for TweetReality: an augmented reality app, based on Apple's ARKit, that puts your Twitter feed in the real world.
Digital Trends
If the future entails everyone clad in glasses mixing reality and digitizations, what will future social media platforms look like? That's the question iOS developer Oscar Falmer asked when he started development for TweetReality, the first app to put Twitter inside an augmented reality space.
The Next Web
Twitter in augmented reality is exactly as cool as it sounds. TweetReality brings tweets, search, mentions, profiles and all your favorite features and displays them neatly on a virtual screen that overlays your iPhone or iPad display (sorry Android fans). Navigating is a bit different, but fairly straightforward and intuitive.
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Using AR to explain complex theories in their simplest form

Hologo is for students, teachers, schools and lifelong learners. The app brings immersive experiences to the education system, for students to learn better and for teachers to better teach concepts visually like never before using Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality Technology.

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Customize your own area, bar, column and line charts 📊

We have soft-launched fastcharts.io - an external version of the Financial Times internal charting tool of the same name. Create and brand your own Area, Bar, Column and Line Charts - just add CSV/TSV data and you're good to go.

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Medium
By Amanda Gordon & Ashoor Namrood At the Financial Times, many of our articles contain simple charts to help tell the story. However, until recently getting those charts created and into an article was painful. We have had a tool to create simple charts - Nightingale - in our newsroom since 2015, which enabled Journalists to create their own charts and simpl… See more
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Minimalist, untethered, smartphone-powered AR headset

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Business Insider
Most college kids around their senior year look for internships or a killer beach house for the summer. Not the founders of Mira. As their fourth year at the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy at the University of Southern California approached, they were working on prototypes and seeking funding for a new device they hoped would supercharge the young and … See more
The Verge
When I first put on the Mira Prism augmented reality headset, I was skeptical. AR is a proven concept in fields like surgery and mechanics, but nobody's made a good pair of glasses for everyday use. They're not cheap enough, they're not sleek enough, and there's not enough to do on them.
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A WebVR experiment from Mozilla Mixed Reality

Hubs is an immersive social experience that is delivered through the browser. You simply click on a web link to begin interacting with others inside virtual reality.

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Twitter
I'm *unbelievably* excited to share a preview release of Hubs by Mozilla, a new Mixed Reality-based communications platform we are building. All open source, and all running in your browser, powered by WebVR. Really! https://t.co/AtYqAn2qam
The Mozilla Blog
Today, Mozilla is sharing an early preview of an experiment we are calling "Hubs by Mozilla". Hubs is an immersive social experience that is delivered through the browser. You simply click on a web link to begin interacting with others inside virtual reality.
10 Alternatives to Hubs by Mozilla

Experience Twitter with Augmented Reality in Android!!

Look at the wall in front of you. How will you like if tweets suddenly started appearing on it? If this sounds exciting to you, then download the app right away.

To make sure you don’t miss any tweet from your favourite Twitter people, we have crafted a nice solution with a AR twist to it.

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GetMovil Play Store, Root Android
De vez en cuando, nos encontramos en play store con algunas aplicaciones que salen tanto de lo normal que sencillamente es imposible no referirse a ellas. En esta ocasión es el caso de Tweetility, un cliente de Twitter como los hay cientos, pero que destaca por la particularidad de aprovechar la tecnología de realidad aumentada.
WWWhat's new? - Aplicaciones, marketing y noticias en la web
A finales del pasado año os presentamos a TweetReality, el primer cliente de Twitter bajo Realidad Aumentada para iOS. Ahora toca dar paso al primer cliente de Twitter bajo Realidad Aumentada para teléfonos Android.
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AR smart glasses for work and entertainment

MAD Gaze AR Glasses is the best augmented-reality smart glasses for work and entertainment.

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TrendHunter.com
ar smart glasses - The 'MAD Gaze Vader' AR smart glasses have been created with a streamlined, compact aesthetic that will provide users with the ability ...
Mashable
Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Remember those scenes in the Iron Man movies were when Tony Stark would mess around with his holograms as if he were physically touching them?
Wareable
2020. Over and over again, we've heard that's the year in which consumer-level AR smartglasses will start to hit the market. We've heard it for Apple multiple times, but also companies like Snap and - potentially - Amazon. MAD Gaze is hoping to beat the rush with its new Vader AR smartglasses, on Kickstarter now starting at $499.
Cool Wearable
Here is another pair of augmented reality glasses that enhances your entertainment and work experience. The MAD Gaze Vader combines real world with digital content to give you immersive viewing. It supports multi-touch, voice, and hand gesture control. More items like this: here MAD Gaze Vader is ready for gaming and 3D video.
6 Alternatives to MAD Gaze

Read your books in VR Environments

VR Book Reader (alpha) is a web based application for reading digital books in beautiful and immersive VR Environments. This app will allow you to upload your books, assign a VR Environment and enjoy reading.

Alpha release: Functionalities are limited. All your books will be deleted after 30min of inactivity to conserve space.

11 Alternatives to VR Book Reader

Mozilla’s WebXR Viewer is an augmented reality (AR) viewer that lets you create and run AR experiences built with web technologies and ARKit.

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The Next Web
Mozilla has launched its first ever augmented reality app for iOS. The company, best known for its Firefox browser, wants to create an avenue for developers to build augmented reality experiences using open web technologies, WebXR, and Apple's ARKit framework. This latest effort from Mozilla is called WebXR Viewer.
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